Bunya Crossing Reserve water hole
Canoe, swim, bush walk, picnic, barbecue, relax. You can do it all at Bunya Crossing Reserve, a little known but beautiful recreational area along the South Pine River.
Things to do at Bunya Crossing Reserve
You can drive your car right down to the reserve car park adjacent to the river. This makes it easy for those with heavy canoes, kayaks or stand up paddle boards to reach the river. If you don’t have any water equipment, you can still swim in the river. Dogs are welcome too, for a walk or a swim, but must be kept on leads.
There is a shady picnic area with tables, chairs and a gas BBQ. There’s also plenty of room to spread out the picnic rug. Recreational trails meander along the South Pine River both upstream and downstream of the picnic area. There’s always fish, turtles, ducks, waterbirds and other wildlife to spot in this beautiful area.
Facilities at Bunya Crossing Reserve
- Gas BBQ
- Picnic tables
- Wheel chair accessible toilet
- Recreational walking trails
- Waterhole for swimming and non-motorised water sports
- Dogs welcome (on lead)
- Off-street car park
- Rubbish bins and water tap
Bunya Crossing Reserve is located at the end of Dugandan Road in Bunya. The reserve gates are closed at sunset and opened at sunrise each day.